Wei-Shen joined WatersTechnology in June 2016, becoming the publication’s first full-time Asia-based reporter. Based out of Hong Kong, she writes for both Waters and Inside Data Management magazines, as well as the four subsites of WatersTechnology.com—Sell-Side Technology, Buy-Side Technology, Inside Reference Data and Inside Market Data. Prior to joining WatersTechnology, she was a journalist at Star Media Group in Malaysia. She has a Bachelor of Commerce degree in Accounting and Finance from the University of Auckland.
According to one report, banks have been hit with penalties of up to €5 million per month under new CSDR settlement rules. As a result, banks are turning to AI to help.
SteelEye CEO Matt Smith talks on the podcast about the regulatory landscape for electronic and voice communications compliance.
Bloomberg, Broadridge, BNP Paribas, and a handful of startups are working to address manual processes in the back office.
This week, Andrea Gentilini, head of SEI Novus, joins the podcast to discuss how the buy side evaluates their skillsets.
The enhancements will be completed by the first half of 2023.
State Street’s partnership with FundGuard will provide clients with multi-book accounting, allowing them to see two sets of records in one system.
This week, Shen and Tony talk about the usability of distributed ledger technology as a solution for capital markets firms.
This week, Spencer Lee, chief markets officer at TS Imagine, joins Tony on the podcast to discuss execution issues and innovation within the fixed income space.
Josephine joins the podcast to discuss what went down at the World Financial Information Conference (Wfic) in Prague.
Demand for corporate actions data is increasing in the front and middle office, but the data can be hard to read.
Investment firms have a role to play in incentivizing the green transition, but they must have forward-looking data.
Automated and high-frequency trading in Asia have generally lagged behind US and European markets. But as low-latency data availability increases, that may soon change.
As financial firms turn their attention toward modernizing the back office, how they approach these projects comes under new scrutiny.
This week, Tony and Shen talk about how firms approach cloud migration projects.
Firms aim to provide a front-to-back data flow for asset managers, forming “deeper relationships” with their clients.
Andy Volz, chief operating officer at capital markets fintech firm Clear Street, joins Tony on the podcast to talk about cloud and infrastructure woes in the capital markets.
As part of its cloud migration, the EDM vendor is launching an end-to-end ‘lake house’ service to help firms better manage their data.
Better data visibility across multiple systems could provide a driver for technological change in the world of post-trade.
R3 is among the companies working with the regional bank on a proof-of-concept to bring efficiencies to cross-border securities transactions.
The acquisition of the 10-year-old vendor will give the exchange group high-quality market data, low-latency direct feeds, and packet-capture capabilities, experts say.